I graduated from the University of Arizona in the fall of 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish Literature. Since that time, I have continued to develop my knowledge of both English and Spanish. While at the James E. Rogers College of Law, I wrote an extensive thirty page article for The Arizona Law Review concerning current immigration issues. As a writer on law review, I also edited articles written by law professors and law students. Regarding my Spanish experience, I conducted extensive interviews in Spanish and translated documents from Spanish to English as a student advocate for the Immigration Law Clinic. In addition, I taught two ESL classes during the summer of 2012. During that time, I learned how to identify and resolve students' difficulties. If you are looking to take your English or Spanish to the next level I will help you get there.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Arizona - Bachelors, Spanish Literature
Graduate Degree: James E. Rogers College of Law - Masters, Law
I love playing basketball, swimming, riding bicycles, and reading.